Razer Ornata keyboard with world’s first mecha-membrane keyboard

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Razer has announced a new keyboard that introduces a new kind of switch that Razer calls mecha-membrane, a combination of mechanical and membrane key-switches.

Razer announces Ornata keyboard with worlds first mecha-membrane keyboard

According to Razer, this switch combines the best of both worlds; you get the soft, cushioned feel of a membrane keyboard with the crisp tactile feedback of a mechanical switch. Razer is also using mid-height keycaps for faster typing experience.

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Razer announces Ornata keyboard with worlds first mecha-membrane keyboard

Other than that the Ornata, which is what the keyboard is called, also includes an ergonomic wrist rest, optional Razer Chroma RGB backlighting, 10-key rollover with anti-ghosting for 10 keys, and a dedicated gaming mode.

The Ornate Chroma is priced at $99.99 and the Ornate at $79.99.

Source: gsmarena.com

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18 thoughts on “Razer Ornata keyboard with world’s first mecha-membrane keyboard

  1. mir, 04 Sep 2016Paying that much for a keyboard, when an ordinary one can serve you just as well for work and … moreSomewhat true but I would say the user experience is far better than the regular mechanical keyboards but price is really steep.

    I use Blackwidow Chroma, Mamba chroma and Firefly at my work and keep them on spectrum cycle mode. I would say the setup is eye candy. People stop by often to take photos or videos of them.

  2. whats the hype with all this overpriced retro look keyboard.
    i prefer flush modern keyboard ..

  3. somewhat cheap for a mechanical keyboard..whereas somewhat pricey for a membrane…hmm..i’m going corsair k70..its awesome

  4. viveksubhash, 04 Sep 2016somewhat cheap for a mechanical keyboard..whereas somewhat pricey for a membrane…hmm..i’m go… moreBest of both worlds 😉

  5. I’ve been using mechanical LG G710+ for almost 3 years now and its great. But sometimes I want to go back to my LG G11 keyboard (membrane KB), which was also great. So now I really want to try out the new Ornata keyboard. Its interesting to see what they made.

    For the record: G710+ isn’t your typical mechanical keyboard. Under every button there’s a rubber O-ring, which makes typing significantly softer. Typical keyboard is all about clicky-click sound when you press a button, but G710+ feels closer to a membrane keyboard, quieter and softer clicks. And I love it.

  6. Yuri84, 04 Sep 2016I’ve been using mechanical LG G710+ for almost 3 years now and its great. But sometimes I want… morethat’s an o-ring dampener which you can buy form Amazon ebay or anywhere, G710+ is using the same Cherry MX switch as most mechs out there. Which means you can just grab a simple Ducky mech board, and put o-ring dampeners in them, and you’ll get the very same feeling you get from G710+ — or might be even better if you choose the ones with PBT keycaps or at least the ABS double shot one.

    getting a mech board with PBT (or at least double shot ABS) keycaps will always feel much better and sturdier than a stock laser etched thin ABS legend caps

  7. Yuri84, 04 Sep 2016I’ve been using mechanical LG G710+ for almost 3 years now and its great. But sometimes I want… moreYou can install o rings on any Cherry MX or clone keyboard. The only thing special about the G710/+ is that the o rings are pre installed.

  8. ithehappy, 03 Sep 2016Apple of computer peripherals.razer are good inside and outside unlike apple XD

  9. jadid, 04 Sep 2016whats the hype with all this overpriced retro look keyboard.
    i prefer flush modern keyboard ..I prefer ultra modern touch keyboard. It is even better.

  10. Well I LOVE the metal feeling of mechanical keyboard, My razer green(cherry mx blue) switches are amazing :) the hybrid sound weird, I hate the feeling of membrane, the uneven pressure required to push them down and the sudden jumping down of the keys!!!

  11. iron wolve, 04 Sep 2016razer are good inside and outside unlike apple XDlol, sadly they’re exactly apple, even in term of their RazerBook designs 😀
    My balckwidow chroam sometimes has sticky keys (software, the keys function normal in my side, but sometimes I have to repress the keys, and sometimes when I tap them too fast they don’t register!

    also their razer synapse software is awful buggy and slow! but the cloud sync feature is awesome :)

    they’re more expensive for what they offer too, exactly like apple, they’re not bad. they’re many time even faster than others, but they ask way too much for a 720p meh device which is a mid range flagship! still that “mid range flasghsip with hardware light years behind” performes much better than note 7 or s7… but I can’t say the same for nexus 😛 or anything else!

  12. Gibbs-kamhagh, 21 hours agolol, sadly they’re exactly apple, even in term of their RazerBook designs 😀
    My balckwidow ch… moredamn..so all razers have stickys…i just cleaned out my lycosa..switched over to a corsair k40, its rubber dome but the keys are better,
    maybe its a good thing i didn’t go for a tartarus

  13. mir, 04 Sep 2016Paying that much for a keyboard, when an ordinary one can serve you just as well for work and … moreWhat is your opinion gotta do with this thing? This keyboard is for those who wants a different in experience. Got money? and then get everything what you love as long as you can buy it.

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